My family and some of their friends have been working diligently on some things for Maggie. My sister created a website to help streamline information and donations for Maggie's treatments. She also has enlisted some helpers and has been busy making hair bows and opened an Etsy store as an additional fundraiser. In light of CyberMonday, if you might know of any little girls that could use a hair bow for Christmas, or someone that would want a decorative brooch, check it out. They've made some pretty cute stuff.
My dad had a bunch of prayer bands and info cards made up as reminders for people to be praying. Zebra print ribbons are for rare disease/disorder awareness...we thought that was kind of fitting for our "rare" little lady. The purple print is for epilepsy awareness. We know that the absolute best recovery treatment for Mags is prayer! Next time you see us or our family let us know if you want a prayer band reminder. We'll be handing them out.
We have been overwhelmed by the support, both prayers and financially. We are continually receiving generous checks. We cannot even begin to express the burden that is lifted as we try to make the best decisions for Maggie's care. Even more so though, our hearts our warmed tremendously when we hear people everywhere are praying for her continuously. The prayers of little ones are especially sweet when momma's relay to us that their kiddos pray every day for Maggie! How precious to this momma! Keep the prayers coming...our sweet girl has been doing good! She continues to make good strides each day.